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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Seismology, Seismologie, Aardbevingen, Sismologie Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=dkgFAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Most of us know earthquakes by their ground breaking nature but what has intrigued seismologists recently are silent earthquakes. On this program, Paul Segall discussed the significance of these imperceptible ground movements. Chuck McMinn also joined us to discuss combined heat and power energy systems at his winery Vineyard 29. Topics: science, earthquakes, seismology, energy Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Bioscoopjournaals waarin Nederlandse onderwerpen van een bepaalde week worden gepresenteerd.Een ploegje seismologen trekt het land door om ondergrondse aardlagen in kaart te brengen. Bedoeling is het opsporen van olie en aardgas. Een mobiele boortoren maakt gaten in de grond; daarin worden kleine springladingen geplaatst en tot ontploffing gebracht. De ondergrondse echos worden in een meetwagen geregistreerd en door geologen genterpreteerd. Het aardolieveld in Schoonebeek is op deze manier... Topic: seismologie, gas, geologie, seismology, natural gas, geology Source: WEEKNUMMER532-HRE0000FB34
byWorking group Solidarity for Japan chaired by Alain Carpentier, Étienne-Émile Baulieu, Édouard Brézin et Jacques Friedel
“On March 11, 2011, the North-East of Japan was struck by a huge earthquake followed by a major tsunami and a series of accidents that took place at the nuclear power site at Fukushima, with emissions of radioactive elements”. This was the message addressed by Prof. Kanazawa, President of the Science Council of Japan (SCJ), only a few days after the catastrophe, to his colleagues Presidents of the Science Academies, adding that he nourished the hope the “the academies would continue in... Topics: Nuclear Energy, Fukushima, Japan, Seismology, Safety
The AKPLOT software for the IBM PC, XT, and AT is an efficient and versatile tool that allows X-Y plotting of quantitative information. Features include IBM four-color graphics, which combined with 10 different symbols allows 40 different curves on the same grid, shrink or expansion of the graph size, any combination of log and linear X and Y axes, selective plotting from multiple curves of a previous run, interpolation and polynomial least-squares fit with any degree polynomial, and a... Topics: EARTH MOVEMENTS, GEOPHYSICS, PREDICTIONS, TECTONICS, EARTHQUAKES, GEOLOGY, SEISMOLOGY, SUBSIDENCE,...
Information about principal axes and moments of inertia is presented in terms of formulas involving solely quantities which can be expressed in literal form whenever central principal axes can be located by inspection for at least one state of a deformable system composed of particles and rigid bodies. Two illustrative examples are worked out in detail. Topics: ACCELEROMETERS, EARTHQUAKES, ITALY, ACCELERATION (PHYSICS), NETWORK SYNTHESIS, SEISMOLOGY,...